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Finally, The Row Sells Something You Can Afford

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Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's brand The Row is built on incredibly luxe staples like $320 T-shirts and $1,000 leather leggings. So it's not surprising that all of the options on the duo's The Row holiday gift guide for Elle are "price upon request."

In between a rare vintage Van Cleef lighter, cashmere scarves, and vintage Cartier playing cards, the Olsens suggest a bundle of sticks. They're price-upon-request Palo Santo Smudge Sticks, meant to clear your home of any bad vibes. We called The Row's flagship store in California to ask how much Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen-approved smudge sticks would set you back, and they're only $20 for a small bundle. That's way more doable than a $39,000 backpack, right? They're even more affordable and practical than Free People's $28 bundle of sticks.
· What Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen Want For The Holidays [Elle]
· How the Olsen Twins Built The Row's Cult Following [Racked]
· Six Excruciatingly Awkward Seconds in the Olsen Twins' Life [Racked]
· Free People Selling Old Sticks For $28 a Pile [Racked]